Guam institutions show lower credit debt than mainland

Guam institutions show lower credit debt than mainland

BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF

Journal staff

Data from two financial institutions on Guam — who asked not to be named — showed their customers had lower credit card debt and delinquency than found in the mainland United States.      

Average individual credit card debt for customers of one of the institutions was about $2,700. The same figure for the mainland United States was $5,700 in 2017 according to ValuePenguin, a financial data website that has been cited by CNBC, CNN and Yahoo Finance.

One institution also stated that on average, Guam credit . . .

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